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MySql C APIs problem

MySql C APIs problem

MySql C APIs problem

(OP)
I am trying to run this program listed below on a FeeBSD unix server it is giving a a this error message:
/usr/lib/crt1.o: In function `_start':
/usr/lib/crt1.o(.text+0x69): undefined reference to `main'

Can anyone please help me that what's wrong with this i am new to both C and MySql !!

/* client1.c */

#include <stdio.h>
#include <mysql.h>

#define def_host_name    NULL /* host to connect to (default = localhost) */
#define def_user_name    NULL /* user name (default = your login name) */
#define def_password    NULL /* password (default = none) */
#define def_db_name        NULL /* database to use (default = none) */

MYSQL    *conn;                 /* pointer to connection handler */

int main (int argc, char *argv[])
{
    conn = mysql_init (NULL);
    mysql_real_connect (
                conn,            /* pointer to connection handler */
                def_host_name,    /* host to connect to */
                def_user_name,    /* user name */
                def_password,    /* password */
                def_db_name,    /* database to use */
                0,                /* port (use default) */
                NULL,            /* socket (use default) */
                0);                /* flags (none) */
    mysql_close (conn);
    exit (0);
}

RE: MySql C APIs problem

The code LOOKS ok.(I didn't bother checking the MYSQL calls, as I haven't done THAT in a while.  

The error that you are referring to indicates that it can't see the main routine.  Usually this is because of just forgetting to put it in(but you have it here), or leaving a quote or comment terminator out prior to it(you apparantly didn't make that mistake either), or having the command line compile wrong.

This should be something like:

cc -lmysql -o client1 client1.c

Steve

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